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Southampton Cultural Center Keeps Audience Engaged

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Kirsten Lonnie, executive director of the Southampton Cultural Center in the gallery.   DANA SHAW

Kirsten Lonnie, executive director of the Southampton Cultural Center in the gallery. DANA SHAW

Kirsten Lonnie, executive director of the Southampton Cultural Center in the gallery.   DANA SHAW

Kirsten Lonnie, executive director of the Southampton Cultural Center in the gallery. DANA SHAW

authorAnnette Hinkle on Mar 25, 2021
Kirsten Lonnie, the executive director of the Southampton Cultural Center, can’t say exactly when SCC will be permitted to open its performance space to the public. But when it does,... more

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